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Graduate Catalog 2007-2009 
Graduate Catalog 2007-2009 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ECO 6323 - Global Financial Economics

Credits: 3 hrs
This course will address the economic and financial environment in which multinational enterprises operate. Attention will be devoted to issues that affect the workings of a global enterprise such as the impact of foreign exchange rate, financing the global firm, foreign investment decisions, and management of multinational operations. The course will also address the concept of global tax and capital management and transfer pricing. In addition to the theory and practice of international financial operations, the course will discuss mini-case studies which will familiarize the students with how these activities affect the workings of a global enterprise. Students will also learn about application of derivatives (forwards, futures, options and swaps) and asset management in the global capital market. Prerequisite(s): FIN 6321 or FIN 6344, or equivalent